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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 11 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING- TKLKG K A P I f . P nil , A DK Li'f I A , FKIDAV, KyAY 11, 1866. C IT Y I N TELL I G NO E For Additional City InJetti'jenci' see 'third l'yj'. Fine A kt Salk. A large number of pic thro buyers wore in aitenuincu vestordav evenum at the sale ol pictures hy Mr. Scott, at tti" atic'.t ou room, No 10'JO Chesnut street 1 lin b diling upou the finer c bias of i ainthiK was quite spit Jtcd. the fol.owlnjr lut will show tho pi ices ol some or the raiuiiiiirs:- "An Kxtctior," oy Walriven, brought 822'50. to Mr. Murruuvh; "nintz Winter cenc" was Hold u Mr Oral! lor 937 50; '-.siici -p." by .a Jcuiic. ot Brasses, uifMr. t oniiuliy, lor 27 oU; Atii'iir's 'lt l timed Voluuict r," lo Mr. Calori, lor 445; Van fcieverdonck's "Nnecp and hickrns," to Mr nl vort, tor 4); VertU 'tiii r' 'Cii'irtlo-iiPiit KIT-of," $87 50, to .dr. com en; J uissnii's 'Luueli," . 7 6), 10 Mr .Viurrotip-h ; Van llnvo's ".Morning. Call." 'o Mr. Oral. tor:)U: Koik-ho.-k's ',-on.f iu Amstor dam," lor $90; "...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 11 May 1866

THE DAILY EYENIKG TELEGKArH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1866. OUR EUROPE AN CORB ESPONDENCE The Anstro-Prnsslnn Qnestlon The Lon don "Times" lloai The Itecent At tempt on the Life ol the Czar-Movc-menls ol the French Emperor Flnnru clal Condition ol Spain and Italy The Political Press ol France, Theatres, Etc. Sptcial i'erreipondence of The Evening Telegraph. Paris, April 2G. Tin all nettled. w hear that Austria and Prussia will keep "band eft for a time" at least. The wbo!c thinu lias been a perfect farce. What a pity that the pit, stalls, auil boxes cost so much to the lookers-on! On the 2Sth of Murch Austria complains of tho armament of I'r'iss a, and declares herself afraid of an assault on tho part ot her ally. On the 1st of April J'rusdiu answer-, 'A such thing " and " Yon are ant'thi r: It is you ttiflt are preparing lor war, for you are cone ntrating your troops on the Bohemian Ironticr." On the 6th of April Austria sings out, like the little Children, "Oh I you story." O...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 11 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 186G. OH HBARISM A i.ir n.E MI KK AInoX, bt tRnm niiNr. O full of awpetncia, rrispnoaa, east', (impound of love ly HmnlliiPhHea, Accoii))1ih1iri1 trillc tell us what To csU tbee, Hii'l dirrari time not. Words ot ikneien come about us Tli rill within ami glance without u, Now we think that there innnt be In thee some humanity. Ntich. n tiiPtL' conipo.trrt ami fine Hmilo bIoiir that touch of thine. Now we coll the heavenly rain. For thy I refit, continued strain; Now a hail, that .n the crouml Nnlits Into liRht leap ol sound; Now the concert, neut ami nice, Of a pigmy paradise; Sprinkles then from ulnc'insr fountain; Fairies heard on tops ot mountains; Nightingales endued w ith art. Caught in listening to Mozart: Ntars that make a distant tinklintr, While their happy eves are tw inkling; Sounds for scattered rills to flow to; Music, for the flowers to prow to. O thou sweet and midden pleasure, Dropping in the lap of leisure, E...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 11 May 1866

8 TFE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII.-f I1ILADELPI1IA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1800. JEFF. DAVIS' TRIAL. tad Jmr of the United Mates Circuit : art In Norfolk Ilnglaaloc Their . mhmwn View or .1 art l7nrterwol" Ctrr Probftble Kmfl Coart to BlehmoBd and Trial of MV. JDatvla In Jane. Fortrksb Monkor, May 9. The fJrandl Jury oj tbe United States Circuit Court mt at 10o clock this morninntwt Norfolk, purmwnt to the instruc tion of JikIiio Undcrwootl jotcr1ay, and were in srss'on with clased doors all day. A lul 18 the Bret time this Court has been in pcvjoii here hucc the UcinninK of tin1 wir, there will be no cikc to lie Hied until the (Jraml Jury Vrinc; in wirnp bills of indictment. Meantime, th paper kinl i.plcol N )rlolk are a (,'ooldertl excited over the chamo cf Judiro Underwood. Althouph in it he iiti not make mention of the name ot Jeir. Daviti or a Hinele ltehel Ceneral, ids references to tlx in as deserving candidates for Indictment hnd trial tor treason were too clear and pointed to he 1 y ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

JT'T 1 T7 A ALA VOL. V.No. 114 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, INI AY 12, 1800. r-oiu.u; siiki:t-thiu:k cknts. "IN TT'E YOUNCI AND MSING UENEUA tlen, 1ha Vegetative powers ol lir0 art lYng; but. In afi-w years, how iten tlio pallid hue, (lie lack-lustre eye, nd emaciated form, and the Imposidulllty of appi catton to me i tul effort, show its baneful Influence) It non becomes evident to the obsnrvr that some depress ing Influence It checking the development or tho body. Cor sumption Is talked of, and, perhaps, the youth is re moved from school and sent In' o the country, This Is one of the worst movements. Kemoved from ordinary dlvarslor g of tho evei-chamilng scenes of th city, the powers ol the liody too much enfeeb ed to give zest to bealihful and rural exercise, thounhts are turned In wards upon themselves; the parent's heart bleeds la anxiety, and fancies tlie irave but waiting lor its victim. Alast Ine.reSHO of appetite has grown by whit It fed on lb energies of tlic'luysleiii nrn pro ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

LITERATURE. Seen Homo. Boston : Roberta Brothers. Phila delphia Agent, (J. W. Pitcher, No. 808 Cbcsniit Mreet, and T. U. Peterson A Brothers, No. 300 UDesnut street. The appearance of Re nun's "Life of Jesus,'' some two years since, startled the orthodox world with the skepticism of its tone, while It delighted the critical by the beauty ol Us style and the wonderful consistency of its argument, It pictured our Saviour as a man, it denied to him all the attributes of Divinity, but made him a model tor human imitation, a pattern, an cvl dence of what our race should be. Being brought before the deistical population of France, glit tering as It did with the proofs ot originality and geuius.it preserved that which secured it far greater success than any truth could have ac quired a new style of treating a novel and in teresting subjoct. It was addressed to the tastes of Frenchmen, and therefore in France it won Its greatest success. "Kcce Homo," a rather disrespectful title as applied ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriT. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 12, I860.' osmlnps Ihc most minute ueiail pertaiLiiip to the pal low and shud !t ns he views '..is In ttrnment of torture, Nc.1 the ror i . .., m d, sometimes skilfully and sometimes O'lun'.iiih. Then tb re is Knottier pause, anrt tiicnlTr-tts compelled, with the rope around his neck, to listen to a long rigmarole oi a death warr nt, at the conclusion of which w Is liilormed that he is at liberty to niHke a speech to the crowd. This speech may have a eood etlect upon its hearer, ami it may have a very bad one, lust as he criminal feels inclined. Then there la a shaking of hands between the prisoner and the cflicials, to show that time is no bU feeling between them, which is fallowed by the sheriff" pulling a Ion cap over the tare of the con demned. Now comes the most barbarous leatnrc of our executions, which certainly otieht 10 be avoided. We have reference to the length of time that Is allowed to elapse between the pulling ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 18(56. Tbe Tice-rresldoncjr. The nomination of General Febby for the Senate by the members of the Connecticut Legislature Is equivalent to his election to that office. lie will succeed the lion. L. S. Pohte Bjwhose term of office expires on the 3d of March, 1807. Senator Foster Is some times spoken of as "Vice President ;" but that appellation is an erroneous one. Since the succession of Vice-President Johnson to the Presidency, the Vice-Piesidency has been vacant. The Constitution provides only for filling tbe office ot President by the Vice President, in case ot the death, removal, or disability of the President. It empowers Conjrross to provide by law for the case of removal, death, etc., of both President and Vice-President, by declaring what officer shall then act as President. A law was passed at an early day to meet this contingency, which, however, has never yet occurred. It provides that In case ol the removal, death, resignation, or dis ability of both Pr...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

rmjuiiAVENiN Saturday, May 12;. lfcoo. 5 Audi Strkrt Thkathb.- Mis Tr ue produced (or her beiiotit a tow i Iocs, entitled the Stiver Lninn. It la ill t xcnlltnt. tast and style, a quint atory ot domeetio life; the diaiopue writtpn wltrt much point nu el gai.ee It In a little too long, anil some twm lags; lor the multitude it Inoks action. Still, u t- tn ityle 01 the piece that we like to we on the stage, taking the place ot the Tile sensation trash that hxt hitherto had possession of It. It was great oleasure to hoar the found of Mr. Mordantit'a line volo , antl towl'ut'ss hi earnest and int. 1 irout c :-ti g-, alter tho long coarse ot whining weakness wo Have had to endure at thm Ibralre in Mr. ilankln; lie was rooeivod bv tna public a if it appreciated the contrai-t 1 here are several One parts In thin piece. lis 1'nco hud, of course, the finest lad part H ie drged It with rreat variety. Her '.oili-tii s were al! new and rich, but iomewlmt aluwy and over-ornamented her - usual uut...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

NUMBER LXV1I. A DIRT FOR MENTAL DYRPEPTICB, AND A CURE FOB I1Y-POCHONDRIA, HY-POCR1HY, OR ANY COMPLAINT OP A BY ORDER. I4Y OUH BKIUIOS EDITOIl. jf.TjLKAl' A3in niAKT. V 1t.KJCA OBFWVATIONS FOB THB BORT MITRI-WVV yjfgi MOB1ny 1. Mayor Mc Mich ftp 1 iMneR hi' annual okanc aeainst ihe "HiUdles" ahin the pave menlaalier 7 o'clock A supplementary ordnr u wanted to command the "Biddies" to waan themselves both be lore and after that boar, Tnaly. H. On account of the Ronthorn mom ber not boms admitted to Convronn, a tinze B if lit was (rot np on the I'otomao, below tho city, for the enteriainmont 01 such of the citi zuii8 who were used to that tiling. VcdnMdaj, ft Mts. Davis arrives at Fortrem Monroe, and bung her sewing. The truant tells her it is not necessary, as Jeff, has a iu( now commenced at Norfolk. TrmrliT, ). Doloration of Methodists wait on the President, it is Bunpoxed with a new ot eatabliahintr a misionary society near the llrat gnte on the Avenuo. Friday, II. Arrival of Head...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

TOE RM ALL CHRTNANTIIfcHCIM. There stands, with stem and follnge broken, On banished Autumn's ravaged land, A round white flower, ber simple tok'n, The farewell of her royal hand. Each loaf with sad and pensive air Its fellow-leaves she placed between, As If she thought: "will any care To know bv this where I have been !" Then wrapped her many-colored dress In folds of frrey November mist, And left, with black dishevelled tress ; A lonely bird upon her wrlBt. THE NIGHTWANDER ER. A FANTASY. It was a stormy night, and I was toiling over a boundless, solitary waste: no stun of human habitation; no star above in the profound gloom. I seemed to move through an ftbyr-sol blackness, the invisible ground rising Btep by step to my feet, I felt it impossible to persevere much longer; knees trembled, brain swam, the heart alternately throbbed and stood still; and as a Jrcsh gust loaded with icy rain beat cruelly into my face, I exclaimed, raving, "Succor me, thou Evil One, even thou, since Hea...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 May 1866

8 FOURTH EDITION WASHINGTON. Washington, May 12. Bill Approved. The Treitidcnt has approved the bill to in corporate the National Theological Institute In the District of Columbia, for the education ol persons for the Christian ministry. There Is to be no exclusion from the institute on account of theological belief. The bill Is s lent as to race or color. 'lnlmi of Prloners of Witr. Maior-General Hitchcock, Comrnissary-rjne-lal ol Prisoners, has plven notice that a stifli rient longth of time bavins elapsed lor the pre sentation ofclaini8 ncainstthc fund under the rhnrpe of his otiicc, n oncys recovered from the Itobel authorities, taken from United States sol diers 'while hold a prisoncis of war, no claims presented after this day mill be considered. Tro rata distribution of the fnnd will be niado on the claims now on file, on satisfactory proof ol tho identity of the claimants and the au thenticity of the claim being presented. Maiine Punsters. New Ycbk, May 12. The barque Lernor...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

PTnTTT- H VOL. Y.-No. 115. 2?PIILjD3DIjIjEIA., MONDAY, MAY 14. 18G6. 1XJULLE SHEET-THREE CENTS.' .JLTju. LL. U , . LI O LATEST FROM EUROPE. ' Wbat Austria Is Doing! j ONB HCKDRBD AND BIXTT THOUSAND RHOULAR TROOP8 BEING CONCENTRATED III VENETIA. j All the Intelligence received from Venetia, from Italian s urces, iudicates the magnitude nd precipitancy ot the Austrian preparations. Austria was expected to have one hundred and sixty thousand eflertlve troop3 in Venetia by about the 1st Of May. ; ' ' POSITION OP ENGLAND AND FRANCE. The London Times' Paris correspondent says the circulars that General Delia Marmora may wiite denouncing the armaments going on iu Venetia will not convince people that Ausfna la on the point of committing a most wanton aggtession on Italy. The AuHtri.in Ambassador , iu I'aris no later than Friday or Saturday de clared in the uio9t formal terms to the Mtuister lor Foreign Allairs that there was no intention nd no wish to attack Italy, and that moreover Austri...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

TITE KEW FJJ2CFIAL Or IN IONS OF LEADING J01LNA18 CI ON CURRENT lOPV. COiritID 1TIRT DAT FOB 1VMMKO TKLKaRAPH, Parliamentary Refoim In England. Frtm the Timet Tlie unexpectedly small majority by which the British minsters have been sustained on the scccnd reading of their Reform bill, Indicates either an aversion to the question Itself amount ing almost to a dread, or a want of tact on the part of those entrusted with Its care. Elected with a direct reference to tta! question, it had been computed that the present House of Com mouB would give a ministerial maority of about fifty j and though some of those included in the calculation were subsequently unseated, a mar- cm of thirty was still relied upon at the com niencciuent of the debate. Yet at the close, in an unusually lull Hou'e 31 members belnir preiciit the measure was sustained, and the Ministers were saved from condemnation by but nve voies. a loss 01 strenetn so sudden aaa so periods render the division a virtual dolbat, an...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local terns see Eight1. Page, j The Battle Flags. In our Saturday's Iraue we gave the proceeding 01 tbe inoetlo ot the Committee haytnc in charge tha ceremonies it re ceivin tlie lame flam up to Ihercoess. TneConvon t on leanembied at 2 1. U. , aud tbe sub-oorumittoe reported as follows i Eirst. On tbe second ot July that the Han which ill hate been deposited in LUrrlsburg; should be tronht to i'blladeiph a by a gmua ol honor oom. fosed of tdo surviving- color-oearer and color guards 01 a 1 to- regiments ot lie Hate. Htcond Ibe flan, when brourht to 1'hilade'phia, si all bt deposited in sotno appropriate bail until tbe time ot the presentation Third. A mili ary escort, with appropriate manic, will be provided to pn ceoi with the Haas and tueir guards ot honor to Indeponunneo Square. Fourth. A piopei per on to be selected to present loiroally the nags to the Governor on thoir arrival at Independence Squato. Filth, buitable music rncal and Instrumantal...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

Js published every afternoon (Sundays excepted, at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and maUM to Hubscribers out of (he city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adoaxce for the perwd '.ordered. Jo insvre the Insertion of Adcertisemerds in at of our Editions, thry must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Horning. MONDAY, MAY 14, 18GG. Santa Anna RedlvlTus. TnE world has lost sight ol Don Aictokio Lopez de Santa Anna for several year? past, and it was but reasonable to hope that a man so old in years, as well as iniquity, would never again emerge from the retirement to which the execration of his countrymen and a personal sense of his odious career, even tual'y drove him in 1855. It.ls now, however, announced that he reached Elizabcthport on the morning of the 12th instant from St. Thomas, and that he is soon to appear in New York...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGHAPII. PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, MAY 14, 1860. MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. Board op Chorea Frfettoldehs. The Anon! Meeting ol the Board of Cboson Freoholdors for Camden county, which was held I ant week, has teen organized br the election of Democrat! at offi cers, .that part? bavin eleoted a majority of new mem bers. The following are the names ot the new mem borsi MoMn wabon, Woolston. Minn, bhiver. Nnowdea, Tatem Creoly, Olovcr, Sickler, Turner, j jhwiiw, cam. ana i oacxara. i ne Jttoara emoted Jteeoh L ihaoksra, Director, and Alfred Hugg, .iq., clmk. '1 u Committee on Work Ilouso reported that the worn on that institution was processing iavoratily, and the vacancies on the committee were filled br tho appointment ol Messrs. Bodinn and VVoolston. A oironiar Irom William It. McDonald, Oomp tro lor ol the 8'tfte, was read, requiring, m aooord anco with a reoont act of the Legislature, the cities, townships, and municipal corporations to nmke a atatenieut of dbts, ixp...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

G 7I1E UAILY EVEN IK G TELEGRAPH. MILADELPIIIA, MONDAY, ' MAY 14, IfctiG. r . m (loSIMi)Kil. BT CHRISTINA O. ROJiTI. Consider . llic liikM ot the Hell whose bloom is brieft We arc as ths.y; Like them we lade away, As doth a lear. Consider The sparrows ot the air of small account; Our God doth view Whether they fall nr mount He guards us too. Connidnr The lilies that do neither spin nor toll, Yc. are most lair; What profit ml this care And all this coil? Consider The birds that nave no barn nor harvest weeks; (ioJ Rave them lood; Much more our Fattier seeks To do us ood. MacmiliartB Magazine. UUSHI A. The Attempt on thi I.lfo of the Emperor or KnsNlti. TUB ASSASSIN. The man who attempted to assassinate the Emperor Alexander is about twenty-one years ok), and apparently well educated, lie (peaks pure ItiiPKian. It bus been, said that he U a farmer, but the more general opinion is that he is a Muoent. linnieiiiMt'lv alter his attempt, and, upon bcimr eeicd. he cried out to the people, ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

Onr Iron-Clad Meet The recent performances of tbe monitor Monadnock, while on bcr voyage to the Pacitic, have , been regarded with much Interest. Although there are but two more vessels of her claas In our navy ( the Miantonomati and the Aqamenlicus), wo have forty-sexen iron-clads of diflerent clause") laid up in ordinary at the various naval stations, while there are filtecn Dtiildtnir, among whieh Is the Dundcrberr). The majority of the vessels laid up In ordinary were In service during? the lato war, and conld be placed in seagoing order In a lew weeks, if required. Tbe iron-clnds in commission and perlornnncr active service are the Monadnock, now In the Pacific: the Miantonomali, on her way to Eastport, Maine; and the ftptando, at Charleston, Bouth Carolina. The lollowtng Is an accurate list ol the lron-cloda laid up in ordi nary: Laid up at Washington. Canco, Cblmo, Maho pno, Mont auk, Snuarus, Stonewall, Tonawanda. Laid vp at Hew 'ork. Onondaga, Roanoke. Laid vp at Ieagve Isl...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 May 1866

8 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City JntcUigence tee Ihird 2'aje. Aw Addition to ocr Meiicantile Ma- rink There is bow lying at tho loot ol' Race v root new and beautiful screw-proiellor called ttie J'Umeir, which is the II mt ot the new lino ol steamers destined to j between I'niladelnma and the Southern poits. It Is a fine ciinon of naval architecture, and does credit to iia Imldon Wil. Hum Cramp A bona It is 8&0 tons burdon, 178 loot . length ot keel, 80 foct breauth of beam, and 17 foot depth of hold. It bas a direct acting engine of 250 horse power, Tlth a 40 inch cylindor, and 83 inch stroke. It will carry four lite-bouts and lull eiUipniont of how, life-preservers, and all the mod) rn conveniences lor savin? Hie In case oi acci dent. Ko f sixmo has been spared t make the J'ionctr aa nearly neuli poosiolo. Hie mlonor ha boen tilted op Terjr tssturullv. It contain a spacious saloon catiiu, with costly fur n tute. I ho side ot the cabin are painted in solid while, with a ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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